Click here to view or download the above Luas Red and Green Line Zone Map in PDF
For information on schedule, frequency and operations of Luas Red and Green Lines, please visit www.luas.ie
Luas Red Line was developed with €82.5 million funding from the European Regional Development Fund under the Economic and Social Infrastructure Operational Programme. Luas Red Line began passenger services on 28th September 2004.
Luas Citywest Red Line Extension
Luas Cherrywood Green Line Extension
Luas Projects Completed by RPA now in passenger service
RPA is responsible for all commercial opportunities on Luas. Our principal aim is to develop opportunities that will benefit the passenger, will increase utilisation of our assets and will benefit the community.
Q. What is the Luas?
A. Dublin Luas system is a state of the art Light Rail Transit (LRT) system. LRT systems offer a unique set of benefits providing an attractive alternative to the use of private cars.
Luas Docklands Red Line Extension opened for passenger services on Tuesday 8th December 2009 at 3pm.
Luas Green Line began passenger services on 30th June 2004. Luas Green Line runs from Sandyford to St. Stephen's Green.
There are seven Park + Ride (P+R) facilities in total, four on the Green Line and three on the Red Line.
RPA’s approach to accessibility is based on “Access for All”. Whilst focused on people with mobility and sensory impairments this design approach works for everyone.
Light Railway (Regulation of Travel and Use) Bye-laws and Light Railway (Regulation of Works) Bye-laws.
RPA is pleased to announce that the popular “Kids go Free” weekends on Luas special offer will be further extended until the end of August. Due to hugely positive feedback, the family-friendly off...
Luas is delighted to announce that kids will travel free of charge at weekends during the months of February, March and April 2013. Two children may travel free of charge with each adult who has a...
Luas Improvements and Investments in 2012
2012 was a good year for Luas and for Luas customers. 30 million passenger journeys will be made on Luas this year-a new record for the l...
Public Consultation Frequently Asked Questions
There are a number of ways to engage with RPA in Public Consultation including Open Days; The Website; Email; Written Mail; Telephone; Individual; Groups and Community.
RPA invites the general public to communicate with us throughout the development of our light rail and metro projects in an open two channel process.
This section lists all the past Public Consultation initiatives by RPA relating to our projects.
Public Consultation Initiatives are when we invite the public and other interested groups, associations, communities, businesses and organisations to formally submit their views and opinions on a R...